Preservation in the News - April 19, 2012
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Rail Project Cases Argued in Federal, State Court
Jim Dooley 04/19/12
Outlet: Hawaii Reporter
In the federal proceedings, Tashima also delayed a decision on whether to allow the National Trust for Historic Preservation to file a court brief that supports the plaintiffs’ claim of deficiencies in the rail project’s environmental impact statemen...
Inside Diane Keaton’s Passion for California Living
Erin Hill 04/19/12
Outlet: Parade – Online
On her work with and the National Trust of Historic Preservation and the Los Angeles Conservancy. “I really am dedicated to it. I am a true preservationist, but with an eye to being practical. You can’t expect these structures to stay exactly as the...
Skrebneski trains lens on Prentice; the eyes have it in famous fashion photographer's bid to help preserve Prentice Women's Hospital
Blair Kamin 04/19/12
Outlet: Chicago Tribune
They have struggled to win over the public in their campaign to save old Prentice even though the Washington-based National Trust for Historic Preservation last year named the building to its list of the nation’s most-endangered historic places....
What do you call a group of Rosenwald Schools?
Louise Hayman 04/19/12
Outlet: Preservation Maryland Blog
I participated on a conference call recently organized by the National Trust for Historic Preservation to discuss the naming of the collective Rosenwald Schools as one of our National Treasures, a new designation that promises to focus attention on A...